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Don't miss out on the wonders of pastry with the Gluten Free Funfetti Cake from Pillsbury®. Loaded with candy bits to give it pops of color, this mix will have you celebrating (even if there's nothing to celebrate) when you taste how delicious cake can be without gluten. One box can make a two-layer cake or 24 cupcakes to share — or keep to yourself.
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I love funfetti, so becoming gluten free was lame for all baking. Finally the times are catching up! Couple of points-I made 2 pans of cupcakes and 1 was lighter metal and a wider cupcake, and the other is a traditional dark non-stick standard size muffin tray. They cupcakes that were in the bigger, lighter-colored metal pan came out much better (lighter, fluffier) while the dark non-stick were much tougher and had almost a "crust" on the top and bottom. So, my suggestion is experiment with baking pans and cook them definitely on the "less" done size of the instructions (19min?) and you'll have funfetti cupcakes like you had when you were a kid again!
Pillsbury used to be my go-to for box cakes. Unfortunately, I've had to change my diet and can't have gluten. These are just ok, but nothing to write home about. I made them as cupcakes and ate one while it was still warm and the texture was a bit odd, and it had an odd aftertaste. When they were cooled down the next day, it tasted better, but still not nearly as good as the "regular" funfetti mix. Since this is the only brand I've seen with gluten free funfetti mix, I would probably get them in the future if I had a real craving, but I'd likely search for a different sweet to satisfy my craving first.